Legal Issues When Buying Or Selling Your Home
Guiding You Through Title Inspections And Disclosures
After the buyer and seller are in contract, typically accompanied by a deposit of earnest money, certain legal obligations and tasks arise. The buyer has a right to perform inspection on the property. The seller must make certain disclosures about the property’s condition, including certain items for residential real property.
Safeguarding The Mortgage Process
The mortgage process is separate from the title inspections. To safeguard your finances, we will review the buyer’s personal financial disclosures, proof of homeowners insurance and other aspects of the financing arrangement. The lender may have a loan and insurance contingency provision, which we will explain to you. In short, we will review all documents to ensure the funds go where they are supposed to.
Protecting You During The Closing
The closing process refers to the signing of all final documents relating to the transaction. At the end of the closing, the buyer typically takes possession of the property.
Take Charge Of Your Real Estate Transaction Today
We take great pride in representing individual homebuyers and sellers. Schedule a free initial consultation at our Gulfport office today. You may reach us by calling 228-206-5540 or by completing our online contact form.